Nnamdi Kanu, leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra and founder of Radio Biafra, has reportedly issued apologies to President Muhammadu Buhari, former President, Goodluck Jonathan and Igbo leaders in the country.
According to PUNCH, Kanu tendered the apology for his comment against Buhari and others in a statement which he made to the DSS on October 23.
The statement read in part, “Reference to the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria as a terrorist, evil and a paedophile is regrettable and uncalled for and for that, I unreservedly apologise and will be doing so in a private letter to the President.
“Before PMB (President Muhammadu Buhari) there was the administration of Goodluck Jonathan. I also said uncomplimentary things about him and Igbo elders as well, which I now recognise should not have happened because it is un-African to be rude or insolent to elders.
“All I was trying to do is to draw attention to the problems afflicting society and something done about them.